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Insilicos wins $400K Proteomics Software Development Grant from NHLBI

Insilicos announced last week that it has been awarded a two-year, $400,000 grant from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to develop a general-purpose proteomics software suite.

The Seattle-based life science software developer said that it planned to use the funding to “improve and extend” the XML-based Trans-Proteomic Pipeline software, which is being developed by Insilicos’ collaborator, the Instutute for Systems Biology.

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